Oscar nominee, Emmy winner, and erstwhile Walter White, Bryan Cranston has signed to be part of ELECTRIC DREAMS: THE WORLD OF PHILIP K. DICK, an upcoming 10-part Sci-Fi anthology. Cranston will both act in and exec produce, Variety reports.

The series will be ten stand-alone episodes based on Philip K. Dick’s prescient stories. His writings have been filmed before, including titles and classics such as TOTAL RECALL, THE ADJUSTMENT BUREAU, A SCANNER DARKLY, and MINORITY REPORT. He’s widely considered one of the best and most prophetic of science fiction authors of the 20th century.


The title of the series comes from Dick’s novel DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP?, which was turned into 1982’s iconic Sci-Fi flick BLADE RUNNER, a sequel to which is in production now.